For Dana Sellers, the best part of being in consulting was meeting with clients and working to solve their problems. But inevitably, she was the one who’d end up learning something.
It’s not technology that’s preventing blockchain from realizing its potential in healthcare, but a lack of trust, says David Chou, who discusses the obstacles that stand in the way of adoption, and how they might be overcome.
If an organization is serious about transformation, the best way to enable that is by having a CIO and a chief digital officer working in conjunction, say Hillary Ross of Witt/Kieffer.
While the healthcare market is always going to be fraught with some level of uncertainty, there are reasons to be optimistic, particularly in areas like precision medicine, says Jared Jeffery of KLAS.
The major flaw in our current provider structure? Health is viewed as the ultimate outcome for older individuals, rather than living well, says Dr. Joseph Kvedar. It’s time to change that, and technology can help.